In a living room with a white backdrop, chocolate brown furnishings and red accessories can make a strong statement. Designer Matthew Patrick Smyth pairs red and brown together as complementary shades. The warm tones in each color can be used to create a cozy living room environment.
Restful colors of chocolate brown and cream accentuate the furnishings in this stylish transitional master bedroom. The simply-designed chest of drawers complements the ornate lamp and window treatments, and allows the yellow floral arrangement to catch the eye.
A striking peacock blue accent wall and bold ikat bedding form a pleasing mix with chocolate brown furnishings and window treatments in this Maryland bedroom. The play of patterns on the bed and windows adds personality and interest to the small space.
This modern patio offers plenty of seating, making it the perfect spot for outdoor entertaining. White wicker furnishings paired with chocolate brown cushions cozy up to a fire pit for guests to keep warm during cooler evenings.
This family room showcases an oversized built-in bookcase, which also serves as a media cabinet. Its chocolate brown hue coordinates with the furnishings, giving the space a custom look. A wall of windows floods the room with natural light.
The posh, modern living room boasts outstanding views of downtown Dallas from the floor-to-ceiling windows. White leather furnishings are grounded by a chocolate brown shag rug, and blue accents bring a fun pop of color to the space.
The soft neutral color palette and comfortable furnishings in this living room create a relaxing lounge area to entertain guests. Chocolate brown leather lounge chairs, the drum table and the red and black chest introduce warmer color design elements to anchor the pale space.
In this modern townhome, clean-lined furnishings and Zen-like art provide a serene feel so the view can take center stage. A color palette of cream, caramel, chocolate brown and pale yellow-green along with floor-to-ceiling windows help to bring the outdoors inside.
Nothing says old world magnificence like the hand-painted cathedral ceiling and two-tier chandelier of this elegant gathering room. Looking up, the room emits a feeling of Italian renaissance and splendor, while the furnishings and accessories deliver a traditional and comfortable spin on old world style. The most spectacular piece in the room is the 16th-century fireplace imported from Cyprus. Designer Lori Venners added beige Knole sofas to pull in the gold hues from the ceiling detail while also complementing the chocolate-brown draperies and dark wood furniture.